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    Thumbs up Does any one here write their own books?

    Does any one here write there own books?
    If so post your links here.

    Yes I posted this in PA1, But I can't seem to find it here as I was told that most of the stuff from PA1 was going to be transferred here.

    http://stores.lulu.com/shadowstalker

    All my poems are free to download, just to let you know.

    I also have a book called:
    "Project: Ascension"
    That you guys might like.

    The book is part of a three part trilogy. (still working on part 2)
    It is based on a series of dreams and day visions i had before and after I moved here to Texas.
    Also the good folks I had met when I moved there confirmed my dreams with out me really asking, it was a form of synchronicity when we got together for the first time on that subject.

    We where mainly discussing a Black Mesa facility & some other facility

    PS:
    Please leave this thread for your adds only, as it's just a bit cleaner that way, and less frustrating to find things. Thank you for your understanding.
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    Hello Again
    I am kinda hoping that the ECT. part also mean websites.
    So here is one of mine.

    http://the-unseen.webs.com/
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    Hi Shadowstalker,

    It seems like we're the only two who have books published as I remember the old thread also.

    Links to my books start at the following address: http://www.marketingyourmusic.net

    I have four books, one which is free, about the music industry, the marketing aspect which is so important with for the music that one creates, management in the music industry and tactics that the music industry uses to increase and maintain their fan bases.

    Also I have umpteen articles published about the music industry both in English and Portuguese. So feel free to browse and check them out.

    Best regards,

    Steve

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    Good for you Steve!

    I've not manged to write anything, although I did write an approximate 40 page plot outline for a Sci-fi decalogy (series of 10 books) when I was 18. They were meant to be published simultaneously. They had a notable twist from the usual idea of what that meant.

    They were based on the idea of a 10 dimension universe system with dimensional overlay that was anchored by the 11th. Each was to be a publication by a separate well known Sc-fi author, of their view on such, with the protagonist and their situation..and added to by me. I was to write the one of them...and the 11th with their input as the linchpin in the series. Pretty ambitious by anyone's standards but what do you expect from a 18 year old.

    Since the age of about 10 or so, I've read over 4000 books, even though I've not read any fiction since about 9-10 years now. Now I spend my time tweaking people's minds on the net. Besides reading the so-called non-fiction books, ie weird science and the like.

    In the past 10 years my output on the net has been in the area of about....23-25,000 pages of standard size. Meaning, I stopped getting very much from the works read...and consequently switched from input to output. I think that this follows the human norm to some degree. We switch from student(which we always remain in our own minds) to giving something back, as our knowledge base grows.

    In conclusion, I expect I've been seen as a bit contrarian in our communications so far (hah!, yes I do realize my stance/presentation might have been a bit off putting), and I hope to explain and apologize that this is my penchant for playing devil's advocate to proffered materials. As in playing the other side of the table for the sake of debate. What can I say, you hit me the odd time in touchy-feely areas. I also wanted to step in and weaken the intensity or heat of my responses...and I actually decided not to. That involved the reasons I hope I've managed to communicate. I feel like I've been a bit of an ass to a guy who seems very likable.
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    I have one book out and it's been cited by at least one notable writer. Then again, it has nothing to do with the spiritual path and would be of no interest to anyone here.

    Prior to the book, there's been several dozen of articles in various magazines; none of which pertain to what we learn here at Project Avalon.

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    Hey, talk about syncronicity... I just finished the final layout of my eWorkshop and it is ready to download...

    http://www.thetruthpuzzle.net/workshop.html

    and my websites are

    www.yoglin.com
    www.writeblocks.com
    www.thetruthpuzzle.net

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    Hi Carmody,

    "In conclusion, I expect I've been seen as a bit contrarian in our communications so far (hah!, yes I do realize my stance/presentation might have been a bit off putting), and I hope to explain and apologize that this is my penchant for playing devil's advocate to proffered materials. As in playing the other side of the table for the sake of debate. What can I say, you hit me the odd time in touchy-feely areas. I also wanted to step in and weaken the intensity or heat of my responses...and I actually decided not to. That involved the reasons I hope I've managed to communicate. I feel like I've been a bit of an ass to a guy who seems very likable."

    You sound just like me talking! And I'm sure there are others just like as we are on the forum. Good for us! :D

    Best regards,

    Steve

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    .Depending upon the book you buy, depends upon how much you save.
    Save anywhere from 5% to 40%...

    Order soon, as this will only be till the 6th of November.

    Remember tho', that all my down loadable's are much cheaper still, and that my individual poems are always free.

    Please remember to post a review if you like my stuff, please post please post the reviews where you had bought them ...

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    P.S. guys
    It doesn't really matter to me what was written or put on your sites, just so long as it has to do with what you are involved in and wish to have other know about.
    I mean the link Steve put up is about music.
    What you have done in essence is what you want to put out, And doesn't have to do with Project Avalon or what we learn here.

    This thread was made so that you may be heard no matter how small your voice may seem.
    It' a simple chance to grab synchronicity and utilize it.
    A shameless plug for the so called little guy.

    Oh, I also have a youtube channel:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/shadowstalker2012

    And a ZAZZLE shop
    http://www.zazzle.com/shadowstalker4...11578353536688
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    Congratulations to all you other writers. I have 2 books out. Which you can check out on my site: www.barbarapercival.com

    All the articles I've written, which are also on my site, can be read there, or downloaded for free. Enjoy, and keep writing.
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    thanks for this great thread!!

    ok, so I am gaining momentum and excitement at starting a small business conducting self-POWER workshops and Live-Ability workshops (for the dysabled) at my new website:

    http://TheNewDO.com

    please check it out and give a feedback blurb for it... thanks.

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    Great job! You've got a lot of information on a variety of subjects all in one place. Thanks, Barbara
    Blessed are the cracked, for they are the ones who let in the light!

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    Congratulations Barbara for being an accomplished writer. The publishing industry is dying and if it can't be twitted, it won't be read. There's a handful of us who still enjoy thumbing through old fashion books printed on paper. With the economy in decline, people spend money on mortgages and food before books.

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    I am a writer.

    But its not my primary profession.
    “Someday after mastering winds, waves, tides and gravity, we shall harness the energies of love. And then, for the second time in the history of the world, man will discover fire.”
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    My new shameless plug for my site "The Unseen"
    http://youtu.be/RlRC1jtzVcs
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    I have aspirations to write professionally, but I am beginning to wonder if it wouldn't be more prudent to learn how to make documentaries people can watch online? I have no experience making any kinds of films. Only ideas and visions.
    If we want to be enlightened, we need to lighten up :)

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    My life before natural farming:

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    Quote Posted by Youniverse (here)
    I have aspirations to write professionally, but I am beginning to wonder if it wouldn't be more prudent to learn how to make documentaries people can watch online? I have no experience making any kinds of films. Only ideas and visions.


    Just come accross this video, I feel that this guy and his wife are doing a very good job and they could inspire you. On the other hand was in the Amazon myself and gained insights of unestimable value.
    Blessings and Love

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